One way to have HEALTHY TATAS

One of the best ways to prevent breast cancer is to get a thermography scan and monitor yourself frequently. This is an early detection screening tool! There are many steps we can do to improve our breast health and make sure we always have healthy tatas. Today I am going to focus on GUT health.

Did you know that in order to have healthy breasts your gut also needs to be healthy? The first thermography scan I ever had was not the best. However, when I improved my gut health and did a rescan, my thermography was low risk for breast cancer. I can not definitely say that this was the cause or the link but I do believe it was related since this is when I started my gut health adventure.

LOVE reading health articles. I am the type of person who loves to learn and to teach. Medicinal Food News says “When we are in good health, the population of bacteria that lives in our gut is said to be in balance – the number of “good bacteria” outnumber the number of “bad bacteria”. We feel good; we are able to resist disease and infection because our immune system that is stimulated by intestinal bacteria is functioning well. Beside digestion and absorption, interaction with the body`s immune system is perhaps one of the most important roles that the bacteria that live in our intestines play.”

Eighty percent of our entire immune system is in our gut. Think about what happens to our immune system if our food is not being absorbed properly. How healthy can our immune system really be?

After years of experimenting I found certain things  that worked best for me to improve my gut health. They worked for me, so I believe they can work for you too. Whether you have gut issues or not, everyone should be doing these things.  These are some things I suggest you start doing today to help with your gut health:

STEP 1: REMOVE the major food allergens from your diet. These are gluten, dairy, soy, peanuts, and corn. If you know you have leaky gut then remove all grains too. Leaky gut is when undigested food particles slip through the gut lining and pass directly into the bloodstream. Many people have leaky gut and do not even know it. It normally happens due to lifestyle factors which include stress, poor diet and bacterial overgrowth.

STEP 2: Add in a quality probiotic supplement–I like The Seed probiotic. I get mine on Amazon.

STEP 3: Make Bone Broth. My favorite recipe is putting some grass fed bones in the instant pot with filtered water, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, ginger powder, and himalayan sea salt.  I make other soups with the broth, or just sip it plain. This is the PURE beauty of bone broth! This amazing broth is going to help patch up your gut lining, sort to speak. Plus its packed with great amino acids that you can not find in other products! You can also purchase bone broth. My favorite brand is Kettle and Fire. You can purchase beef or chicken. Chicken is more mild. You can purchase it here.

Step 4: Add Collagen, and L Glutamine to your routine. You can add collagen powder to your coffee, or to your smoothies. It has great amino acids and will help with your gut. L Glutamine is an essential amino acid. I take this first thing in the morning in my lemon water, and you can not taste it. I like these two brands you can order here:

1. Anthony’s Collagen Peptide Powder, 1 lb, Pure Hydrolyzed, Gluten Free, Keto and Paleo Friendly, Grass Fed, Unflavored, Non GMO

2. Pure Encapsulations L-Glutamine Powder – Supplement for Immune and Digestive Support, Gut Health and Lining, Metabolism, and Muscle Support* – with Pure Free-Form L-Glutamine – 8 Ounces

Healing your gut takes time but you can do it! If I did it, I know you can too! Remember this is one step towards improving your thermography scan and having less inflammation in your body. If you need support or hands on nutrition advice you can book a health consult with me.


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